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There was a time in America when there was equality present between the white peoples and black peoples. Afro-American children were not allowed to attend the same school in which white children used to study, they were not allowed to vote for a contender in elections, they were not allowed to stand as a contender in elections, and they were generally refused to get jobs in America etc.

August 1963

Vibe against the racial inequality

In August 1963 around 300,000 peoples were marching to in Washington D.C. in order to create a vibe against the racial inequality. It was a peaceful protest against inequality where black and white peoples of all age groups and both genders were marching together. It was an unforgettable day for the United States of America. This march was organized with the combine’s efforts of John Lewis, President Kennedy and Dr. Martin king Luther. On that auspicious day Dr. Martin King Luther was addressing the enormous crowd. There, he mentioned about his dream. His words were, I have a dream that one day our nation will live out the true meaning of its creed. We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal. These kind of mesmerizing words can only come from a god’s man. That day was a real turning point in case of right of equality.

I know a man named Paul Delaney’s who was once refused to study in University Of Alabama, today he is a chairman of journalism school in the same university. Today while walking into a restaurant, he is not feared of getting beaten up. But sometimes he does not feel welcomed, when a waiter took much more time to serve him. It feels like racism still got some roots which need to exterminate.

Still we can say that the government of the United States of America is doing its job very job by its various policies to spread equality in the nation. Also it’s our job as a human being to contribute in the process of eliminating racism.